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United States Bureau of Chemistry
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The Indian corn is passed through a machine called a degerminator, which breaks the grain and loosens the germ, but does not separate it. The separation is made by means of bolting cloths and; currents of air. After the germ and hull are removed the corn is ground between iron rolls properly corrugated. The meal is again submitted to the process of bolting and purification by currents of air and the refined product is the granular meal. The offal consists of the hull, germ, floury parti- cles,
...and some of the flinty portion of the corn which is lost by the process not being sufficiently perfect to remove it and include it in the granular meal. The offal thus removed constitutes from 30 to 35 per cent of the weight of the corn, depending upon the conditions of the grain. Artificial heat is used in this method of manufacture. It insures better results, and the meal will keep longer. This granular meal is not in favor in the Southern States. They prefer a soft meal, made in the old way.
Aside from the method of manufacture there are two distinct kinds of corn meal in the United States distinguished by color, viz, the white and the yellow.


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